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cōnsilium
consiliī, n.

-plan; purpose
cōnsul
cōnsulis, m.

-consul
deus
deī, m.

-god
domus
domūs, f.

-home

(domo- from home--abl.)
exeō
exīre, exīvī or exiī, exitus

-to go out, leave

irregular
īdem
eadem, idem

-the same
immortālis
is, e

-immortal
lēgātus
legatī, m.

-envoy; legate; lieutenant
mittō
mittere, mīsī, missus

-to send
nam
for, because
pater
patris, m.

-father
poena
poenae, f.

-penalty, punishment
populus
populī, m.

-people; nation
prīvātus
a, um

-private; personal
quattor
four
rēs
reī, f.

-thing; matter; situation
Rōmānus
a, um, m. pl.

-Roman

(m. pl. The Romans)
sub
under; beneath

acc or abl
pūblicus, a, um
-public
pāgus
pāgī, m.

-community, district; clan
Tigurīnus, a, um
Tigurinus
cīvitās
cīvitātis, f.

-state, union
L. Cassius
L. Cassī, m.

-Lucius Cassius
interficiō
interficere, interfēcī, interfectus

-to kill
exercitus
exercitūs, m.

-army
iugum
iugī, n.

-yoke
sīve...sīve
-whether...or
cāsū
-by chance, accidentally
īnsignis, is, e
-clear, distinctive, significant, historic
calamitās
calamitātis, f.

-injury, harm; disaster, defeat
īnferō
īnferre, instulī, illātus

-to bring in; to inflict X (acc.) on Y (dat.)
prīnceps
prīncipis

-earliest, first
persolvō
persolvere, persolvī, persolūtus

-to pay off
iniūria
iniūriae, f.

-wrongdoing, harm, injury
ulcīscor
ulcīscī, ultus sum

-to avenge
socer
scerī

-father-in-law
L. Pīsō
L. Pīsōnis, m.

-Lucius Calpurnius Piso
avus
avī, m.

-grandfather